Smoking is a huge global problem.
But it’s also a global problem for cigarettes.
This infographic shows the top 100 countries with the most cigarettes per capita.1) New Zealand: 5.1 cigarettes per person1) United States: 3.7 cigarettes per head1) India: 2.6 cigarettes per day2) Australia: 2 cigarettes per week2) South Africa: 2,8 cigarettes per month3) United Kingdom: 2 cigarette packs per month1) Norway: 3 cigarettes per pack1) Germany: 2 packs per pack2) Sweden: 1 pack per pack3) Switzerland: 1,7 packs per yearThe UK and United States have the lowest smoking rates in the world.
But the U.S. still leads the world in cigarettes per population, and the U, U.K. have the highest percentage of people who smoke.
In terms of smoking deaths, Germany has the highest death rate among the countries we’ve looked at.
In terms of cigarette rolling times, New Zealand has the longest rolling times among the top countries.
And, if you add in all the cigarettes that are smoked by those people, that adds up to over 8 hours, compared to just under 2 hours in the U-S.
The U.N. says that in 2018, about 15 percent of the world’s population smokes.
It also says that almost 40 percent of children under the age of 10 have smoked at least once in their lives.
We’ll take a closer look at the data in the next article.